Michelle Berthelot

Since winning her first and only model competition, the lovely Michelle Berthelot has been pursuing her acting and modeling career in Hollywood.  But recently, the 24 year old former Model Universe Champion returned to her native Louisiana to win the Miss Louisiana USA beauty pageant.  "Michelle lost all her pictures, her crowns, her trophies, her dresses - everything, including her home and her grandfather,” mother Karen Berthelot said. “This pageant was a kind of ‘rebirth' and was quite fulfilling.”  She will now move on to compete at the Miss Universe in Las Vegas in April.

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Alin Campan

He was the 2005 Romanian Wrestling Champion and now he's made his way to Las Vegas as a stage performer.  Thirty-one year old Alin Campan was born in Romania where he was a National Wrestling Champion.  For the past 7 years, he's been a stage dance performer and model including ballet in the “Hungarian Opera” in Romania. Since then, Alin's credits have included choreographing and dancing for many television performances with Romanian artists, being on the cover of “News” magazine in Austria and won the title at the 2005 Mr. Austria Fitness Championship.  And soon, Alin will make his sports model debut at Model Universe.

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Amanda Latona

Over 100 of the hottest sports fitness models just competed at the Model America Championships in Hollywood.  The winners were Amanda Latona of Las Vegas and Geoff Begnaud of Dallas.  Amanda is a commercial actress and model and does a lot of singing for Las Vegas shows.  Geoff is a medical sales representative, recently hosted an outdoors hunting television show and has a registered nursing degree.  Both models competed in the Clubwear, Sportswear and Swimwear Rounds and captured the attention of many photographers attending the show.  While Amanda has competed in many swimsuit and modeling shows, this was Geoff's first try at competitive modeling but he was always into high school and college football, baseball and soccer.